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Slideshow: Long Beach Grand Prix

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ttemple
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New car style
ttemple   5/2/2012 9:40:09 AM
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I thought the new Indy car styling was going to be more closed wheel.  It looks like crossing wheels would still be a disaster in the new cars.

Beth Stackpole
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Data drives driving strategy
Beth Stackpole   5/2/2012 6:10:26 AM
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Looks like a lot of carbon fiber was on display at the race track. Also, interesting to see the driver watching the data acquisiton screens so intently. I'm not a race car buff and this might be an obvious question, but what kind of decisions does he make based on the streaming data that he's monitoring?

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